Finally finished up my $8 copy of Mad Max. While the activities in the game were repetitive, I never really got sick of doing them, and they were consistent with the fiction (mostly fighting and scavenging). I also thought they did an excellent job of making each area of the game and each enemy camp feel unique. With a game set in a wasteland you'd think the landscape would all blur together after a while, but that wasn't the case here. Melee combat was derivative but satisfying, and car combat was pretty good, if a little underwhelming. Fantastic value for the price, though.
Struggling a bit with the final zone in Crypt Of The Necrodancer, so I'm taking a break. Same story with Darkest Dungeon, which has gotten really punishing and grindy as I've started assaulting the final titular dungeon. Any retreat from the final areas will auto-kill a party member, so it's pretty much win or suffer a team wipe, which takes a lot of grinding to replace members and items.
Somewhere in the middle of Chapter 3 in Final Fantasy XV, lost in an endless sea of side quests.
Picked up Until Dawn: Rush Of Blood for $10, and Resident Evil VII should arrive today. Still need to finish up Eagle Flight and check out the new Battle Zone update.
I also still have The Witcher III and The Talos Principle in the queue from holiday sales.
Too much backlog! A good problem to have.